Canada Investor Education

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Making life more affordable through efficient retirement savings: In an opinion piece published in the Globe and Mail Jim Keohane, Keith Ambachtsheer, and Alex Mazer, offer their insights into the state of retirement security for Canadians. The piece examines the Federal Government’s recent consultation on how to strengthen retirement security in Canada, and ho...
FAIR Canada Comments on Proposed Amendments to NI 81-105 Mutual Fund Sales 81-105: Canadians need to be able to save towards their retirement and other financial goals effectively and efficiently. At present, the ability of Canadians to achieve financial security in retirement is in doubt. Embedded commissions (also known as “trailing commissions”) and DSC mutual funds have hin...
FAIR Canada: Year in Review: It has been a busy year here at FAIR Canada!   If you haven’t had a chance to take a look at all of our work, please click on the link to review all of our accomplishments from July 1, 2017  to October 30, 2018 . The post FAIR Canada: Year in Review appeared first on FAIR Canada.

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This proposed voter community is for funding websites that educate Canadian retail investors in all investments, including stocks, mutual funds, bank accounts. money market funds etc.

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